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AudioFiles is a newsmagazine produced by the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism in New York City. Listen to our show at 90.3 WHCR from Harlem and 90.7

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This week we're inspired by Woody Guthrie's "Pastures of Plenty." The 1941 ballad describes a land full of promise, but poses questions about equal access to that wealth. We'll hear from urban fishermen casting their lines into the waters... more

Our program today is all about comedy. We're asking New Yorkers what makes them laugh, we'll host our very own Vine roundtable and we'll hear about different kinds of comedy venues. Our guests this week are Vine comedy... more

Unless you're super human, making it to the Olympics is the quintessential long shot. AudioFiles roots for underdogs everywhere this week - - including, yes, a bobsledder on a quest to make it to the Sochi games. We'll also hear about... more

This week, AudioFiles brings us stories of homes-- the ones we leave behind, hope to find, and even the ones we never wanted. We'll hear from a refugee community in Atlanta, Georgia, the makers of a webisode in the depths of New... more

Two Whole Hours of AudioFiles! Arts & Science: AudioFiles takes a look at Arts and Science. No, not a college. We're talking about human beings using creative skill and intellectual capabilities to create and explore. We'll hear about science... more

AudioFiles: Scenes From The City There's no place in the world like New York. This week, AudioFiles takes a look at some of the city's sub-cultures and the people who define them. We'll explore the evolving world of hip hop music and... more

Sports. Guns. Some things scream machismo. This week, AudioFiles takes a look at a few worlds where men and masculinity are the standard and how that's changing. We'll learn about gun culture in Missouri and visit an old world "guy... more

AudioFiles Episode 3: Making It Up As You Go Today, we bring you stories on adaptation, improvisation, and people learning to deal on the fly during tough times. We'll take you to communities dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane... more

Newscast from Alex Goldmark's Radio News Class

As many things in our lives probably have lately -- this show has taken a different turn. Keeping with our theme of Where the Boys Are, Rachel Sapin explores the world of Brooklyn's Italian social clubs and Tom DiChristopher talks to up and... more

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